Why Lady Macbeth Didn't Have to Commit Suicide
April 29, 2018
It’s tragic. Too many people feel the only way out of a miserable life is to end it through suicide. In this message we learn why no depression is so deep that any of us have to kill ourselves to stop it. There is hope, even in the darkest valley.
Many Christians find it impossible to move forward in serving the Lord because of a nagging conscience—either because of personal failures or because of guilt inherited from their upbringing. With a heart that condemns them, they find it difficult to have confidence in God and His promises.
This sermon series seeks to explain how to apply the promises of God in our lives in order to free us from both the real guilt of our offences and the false guilt that others expect us to bear. We’ll learn how to have a clear conscience toward God and toward others, and how to break cycles of sin that often beset us.
May we experience the joy that overflows from a heart that relies on the deep assurance of God’s forgiveness and love for all of us. With clear consciences we can relate to others with freedom and sleep in peace.
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